All disapproval, all the time.
Disapproved of by
You must be practicing for the best case scenario, Jilly.(work verification is "everonit" which describes all bun critics)
Isnt there someone to fetch my Bun-a-ccino? i really dont listen before that
That's not really a typical bunny marking on Jilly's face, it's a black tear of disappointment because of our stoopidity.
OMG, I recognize that look. It's my mother, reincarnated.
OH BOY do I know that face from Jasmine! LOL. You know it is bad when your lop lifts up an ear. LOL. CLASSIC!!!
Sproinging, A+. Boinging, A+. Nomming, A+. Disapproving, A+. Plays well with others, needs improvement. Jilly is an asset to the class.
Strict teacher Miss Jilly has already decorated the hoomins' results sheet with a black mark, because, as she points out, "practice" is the noun form, and when it's a verb, it is "practise" with an "s"!Miss Jilly disapproves of the hoomins' poor spelling! *THUMP!*
I think it's "practice" (spelled the same way both times) in American English?I've only ever seen it with an S in British/Canadian stuff.
I've looked around online trying to find a reliable reference source for Fleetie's point, but I can't find one. Miss Jilly will THUMP anyone citing Wikipedia!!
Fleetie IS British - One of our 'exchange students', if you will...
Hmm!http://www.oxforddictionaries.com/view/entry/m_en_gb0654700#m_en_gb0654700That link LOOKS reasonably credible.Yes, it does seem that the distinction has been dropped in American English!I disapprove! But luckily I can't THUMP!
So, then I take it British Buns practise Disapproval?
it looks like a dangeous giant(windmill)Man of Lamacha
Miss Jilly approves of Fleetie's source, but continues to disapprove of hoomins, purely on principle. She will therefore not give Fleetie a gold star, or move him to the front of the class. It's nothing personal; he is a mere hoomin, after all.
Quite right, too, Miss Jilly!You can't have lowly hoomins getting Ideas Above Their Station!Hoomins exist to serve rabbits. That is their only raison d'etre. (And forgive me for not knowing how to render here the circumflex on the first "e" of "etre", that denotes the once-present following "s" from its Latin origin.)
after reading all you more brilliant students it's no wonder i'm at the back of the classroom. asleep at classes again. *sigh* I'm only here to bring treats.
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